There Is No Offseason (TINO) is a Baseball Prospectus fantasy podcast focusing exclusively on dynasty and long-term keeper formats.
Ben and Sam banter about Serial and basketball, then discuss the Astros-Phillies trade and Jason Heyward.
What one small decision might tell us about the people who make it.
The Mets reload with a pair of veteran middle infielders, who won’t solve all their infield-defense woes but will hit, at least.
These players might cross the league more often than you expect, making them useful late-draft sources of runs for your fantasy team.
Kicking off a new series focusing on baseball-related academic literature. Today: Did Moneyball really shift the market for OBP?
The Mariners add another first baseman, the Nationals and A’s add to their bullpens and Brett Lawrie joins his fourth organization.
The Astros pony up for a closer and the Phillies replace him with someone who used to be good, and the Yankees also trade a reliever to restock the system.
Looking at under-the-radar producers to see if they can help your fantasy squads in 2016.
When you’re balling on a budget, a farm system like this is a key to success. Bless up.